Starting to see some hatches

Green River Fishing Report 2/22/21

With the low water temps fish are congrating in deeper runs near faster riffles. We are starting to see some decent midge hatches and even some BWO’s.

Dry flies:    

We have been able to fish some OK midge hatches and even had a few BWO eats. Cover some water to find where the bugs are coming off and where the fish are keyed into them. Emerging and crippled midge patterns are working well.


Nymphing has been good. Find some water a bit of movement to it in the 2 to 5′ depth range. Midge and BWO are working best, Barr’s, WD’s, Juju’s and Zebras have been working well.


Streamers are slowing down a bit with the lower water temps but are still productive if you are covering water. Flows are low so running a very light sink tip will get the job done in most areas though you may need something a bit heavier to hit the deeper runs.

Stop in the shop and we can pick you out the best selection of flies and streamers for you day.  Any questions? Give us a call. 435-885-3355 

Green River Flows

Flows will continue to be around 900CFS with bumps in the evening for power and water needs up to 2000CFS.

Current Flows

Current Green River flows:

USGS Water-data graph for site 09234500